Tuesday’s headlines: Woman finds eight Americans in garden, Snapchat drug dealer jailed

Good evening and welcome to Tuesday’s press briefing.

Top stories on the Daily Record website include: A woman finds eight Americans in her backyard, a Snapchat drug dealer is convicted of killing a teenage dancer and a Scottish woman with ‘turkey teeth’ warned by her dentist .

Here are the main titles.

Scottish woman confused after finding eight Americans in her front garden waving from the window

The group told Lanna that their great-grandparents owned her house

A Scottish woman was left puzzled after randomly noticing eight people smiling at her through the window.

Lanna Tolland was lying on the sofa in her Glasgow home on Wednesday night when she spotted them outside her front door.

Learn more HERE.

Snapchat drug dealer found guilty of killing Scottish ‘angel’ dancer after supplying her with ecstasy

Tragic Cerys Reeve

A teenage drug dealer is behind barsfor killing a young dancer after supplying her with ecstasy.

James McCairn, 18, sold MDMA crystal to Cerys Reeve after announcing his illegal trade on Snapchat.

The 14-year-old tragically died after taking the drug at a sleepover at a friend’s house in Greenock, Inverclyde on July 13, 2020.

First offender McCairn was found guilty of intentional homicide following a trial in Glasgow High Court.

Learn more HERE.

Scottish woman who spent £3,000 on ‘turkey teeth’ has been given serious warning by her dentist

Jack Reid
Jack Reid

A Scottish woman who was trolled after spending £3,000 to get her teeth done in Turkey has received a serious warning from her dentist.

Jak Reid, from Paisley, documented her trip overseas for cosmetic work on TikTok, with critics calling her “dumb” and a “little girl” with no “brain”.

Learn more HERE.

Body found on Scottish shore during search for missing father Shaun Banner

Shaun Banner was last seen in the early hours of Saturday April 23
Shaun Banner was last seen in the early hours of Saturday April 23

Police have confirmed a body has been found on a Scottish shoreline amid the search for missing man Shaun Banner.

Officers from the Highlands and Islands Police Division made the tragic discovery around 2pm this afternoon, June 14, on Shore Road West in Invergordon.

Official identification has not yet taken place, but the family of Shaun, 34, has been made aware.

Learn more HERE.

DWP rejects call for £650 cost of living payment for people on contribution-based ESA

The first cost of living payment is due next month
The first cost of living payment is due next month

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) rejected an appeal from Labor MP, Charlotte Nicholsto widen the scope of eligibility for the £650 one-off cost of living payment to include those on contribution-based In-work Benefits and other non-conditional benefits resources.

Last month, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a £15billion package of additional financial support for millions of households across the UK struggling to boost their incomes to cover the rising cost of living.

Learn more HERE.

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